Slideshare presentation is a tempting and learning experience. But now you can save the presentation is much more fun using animated GIF. Yes, you can transform the presentation from Slideshare into animated GIFs as you downloaded or save the file in a website called GIFDeck. A sample of GIF created from Slideshare presentation on Steve Jobs above. The apps converts only the 10 initial slides to keep the size of GIF within the limits, but you can queue all the slides of the presentation for conversion.
Document 5 for IOS app is now invading the market apps for downloading and reading articles online. You can save all sorts of documents, and you don’t need to be online to read it again. They have also a very accommodating and friendly Support Team who truly takes care of their customers technical needs. It has everything you need for a file reader. You could highlight pdf texts, and you can organize files into separate folders. The design is also nice and controls are easy to use and understand…
by Steve Dent , August 14, 2014 at ENGADGET.com
Apps that use your smartphone’s microphone need to ask permission, but the motion sensors? No say-so needed. That might not sound like a big deal, but security researchers from Stanford University and defense firm Rafael have discovered a way to turn Android phone gyroscopes into crude microphones. They call their app “Gyrophone” and here’s how it works: the tiny gyros in your phone that measure orientation do so using vibrating pressure plates. As it turns out, they can also pick up air vibrations from sounds, and many Android devices can do it in the 80 to 250 hertz range — exactly the frequency of a human voice.
By contrast, the iPhone’s sensor only uses frequencies below 100Hz, and is therefore useless for tapping conversations. Though the researchers’ system can only pick up the odd word or the speaker’s gender, they said that voice recognition experts could no doubt make it work better. They’ll be delivering a paper next week at the Usenix Security conference, but luckily, Google is already up on the research. “This early, academic work should allow us to provide defenses before there is any likelihood of real exploitation.”